Posted January 11, 2009 2:36 pm by with 7 comments

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We’d like to take the time to thank the fantastic advertisers that support Marketing Pilgrim. If you’d like to advertise with us, you can view our different advertising options here.

SMX West – if you attend just one search marketing conference in 2009, then you can’t go wrong with Danny Sullivan’s SMX West. Check out the early bird rate before it ends.

Text Link Brokers – increase your traffic and search engine rankings.

Promotional CurrencyMake a minimum $5,000 promotion purchase and you could win big during the Super Bowl.

Sponsored Reviews – bloggers earn cash for reviewing products and services. Advertisers build buzz and links for your web site.

Vertical Leap – offers search engine optimisation and PPC management services.

PRWeb – the next time you send a press release, try PRWeb–it’s the newswire I personally use.

BlogWell – Find out how large companies use social media during this one-day event.

  • @Milo, Well, that’s a generic reply if I ever saw one. lol. 🙂

    I’ve never done a post to thanks my advertisers. But this is a good idea to help roundup more sponsors.

    Shirley’s last blog post..How To Make A Favorites Icon (Favicon.ico)

  • I like the idea on making a least $5,000 promotion purchase between December 1 and January 23 to get the opportunity to get big during the Super Bowl.

  • That’s simply great to expess gratitude to anybody,I think it is a sign of high spirits.

  • Is it truly a good idea? Just asking. Some people could not go for it quite well. But hey, if they don’t like it, they can go somewhere else, right?

    Keep it up! 🙂

  • I think that this is so cool that you do this. I see some other bloggers following in your footsteps on this one too.

  • Andy issueing some link-love to his advertisers. The personal touch really makes a difference in cementing business relationships!

  • All great sponsors indeed. I haven’t got a chance to use PRWeb yet, but its in my plans for the future!